Airtame

Airtame

The most user-friendly streaming solution for work

Overview

What We Do

Airtame is a small wireless HDMI device that plugs into the HDMI port of any screen or projector. Under the hood, it's a small custom-build embedded Linux device which runs our software. Using different protocols, advanced compression techniques, networking optimizations, and cross-platform applications, we aim to make advanced wireless streaming simple to use. Our goal is to build and nurture a community of developers and IT professionals who are able to contribute to the Airtame vision. In order to live up to that, Airtame makes extensive use of and contributes to existing open source projects like Go, Node.JS, Electron, Linux, GCC, CMake, x264, Jenkins, and various other awesome projects. We want to open as much up as possible, so you can get the most fun out of that Linux device behind your TV. Read more on our Company Culture Trello Board: https://trello.com/b/ZXs2YYy6/airtame-culture

Summary

  • 36 people

    (Non-remote: 34)
  • Partially Remote

    [?]
  • Has retreats

    [?]
  • VC funded

    (Founded 2013)
  • Hiring

Where We Are

  • Headquarters:Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Hiring regions:Worldwide

Work

Stack

  • Redis
    Redis
  • Jenkins
    Jenkins
  • AWS
    AWS
  • C++
    C++
  • Electron
    Electron
  • Mysql
    Mysql
  • Docker
    Docker
  • JavaScript
    JavaScript
  • Sass
    Sass
  • Golang
    Golang
  • Html
    Html
  • React
    React
  • Node.js
    Node.js

Tools

  • Slack
    Slack
  • Intercom
    Intercom
  • Redmine
    Redmine
  • Gerrit
    Gerrit
  • Wiki
    Wiki
  • Skype
    Skype
  • Zendesk
    Zendesk
  • Highfive
    Highfive
  • Trello
    Trello